Arlene Blum uses her climbing
accomplishments to help motivate people around the world through her lectures
and workshops. Arlene has been a part of over 20 successful mountaineering
expeditions. She has climbed Everest, Mt. McKinley and led the first American
climb up Annapurna. She has also made a 2,000mile trek across the Himalayan
Mountains. These accomplishments along with her education and research
background make her a sought after keynote and motivational speaker as well as
corporate team builder and intercultural training expert.
Arlene has a doctorate in
biophysical chemistry and has taught at Stanford, Wellesley and Berkeley. Her
research has helped to ban cancer- causing chemicals. Dr. Blum has won numerous
awards, including a Gold Medal from the Society of Women Geographers. Her
articles and photography have been featured in many publications including the
Smithsonian, National Geographic and Science Magazine.
Her motivational lectures and
leadership workshops are highly acclaimed. Her seminars focus on helping
participants discover their own leadership skills and team building abilities.
She achieves these goals by having students define and communicate their vision
for the future, they learn to lead more effectively in times of change, she
helps students to identify their own leadership strengths and weaknesses, shows
how to build more productive teams and helps to teach people how to enjoy
themselves while working hard. Dr. Blumís lectures include topics such as,
Climbing Your Own Everest: Leadership and Teamwork, High Places Around the
World, The Great Himalayan Traverse, Travel and Trekking in the Himalayas,
Australia: The Great Barrier Reef, Women in High Places, Damsels on Denali and
Across the Alps with Baby.
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